COUNCIL taxes for squeezed Brits have rocketed by more than 50 per cent in the last 20 years, it has been revealed.
Shocking new figures from the Taxpayer's Alliance say that the average Band D household now pays almost £1600 a year, and 90 per cent of town halls
BRITS have been told to brace for a week of power cuts and travel misery as icy Arctic winds return to batter the country with a vengeance.
Forecasters also told Scots to prepare for savage hailstorms, and warned that Northern Ireland could be hit by up to four inches
BRITS are facing an Aussie flu jab crisis as chemists are reportedly beginning to run out of vaccines.
Pharmacies across the UK have been forced to turn away patients due to a shortage amid fears of an epidemic as the virus continues to spread.
Branches of Boots in Cumbria, the
PALOMA Faith left viewers confused after getting naked men to cry onstage in her latest show-stopping performance.
The singer took to the stage at The Brit's Are Coming event where nominations for the 2018 ceremony were announced.
The singer, 36, channelled original disco diva Donna Summer as she shone on
Ansel Elgort was a perfect choice to star as the titular “Baby” of Baby Driver, Edgar Wright’s music-fueled heist film. While the actor was going fast and furious in a red getaway car, he was also dabbling with his own music on the side. On Friday, Elgort went “Supernova” with
Now that they are back on track to head down the aisle, Miley Cyrus wants the world to know just how much she loves fiancé Liam Hemsworth.
The “Malibu” singer, 25, took time out from her vacation in Hemsworth’s native Australia to post a sweet birthday message on Instagram Friday.
RAG ’N’ BONE MAN is returning to the scene of his Brits triumph to perform at next month’s ceremony.
I can reveal the singer, who picked up the Critics’ Choice and British Breakthrough gongs at last year’s bash, is joining fellow Brit superstars ED SHEERAN, SAM SMITH and STORMZY,
PHILIP Hammond tonight told the EU to come up with its own plan for Brexit - instead of obsessing over how to punish British voters for leaving the bloc.
He attacked Brussels for its “silence” on what it wants from our future relationship.
And turning the tables, the Chancellor told
MORE than half of British fitness fanatics are baffled about what to do in the gym, according to new research from Nuffield Health.
A study of 2,000 adults shows a fifth have no idea how to use gym machinery; Chest-press machines, stair-climbers and even treadmills leave many adults feeling
INSTEAD of falling out of nightclubs and starting feuds, Dua Lipa is quietly becoming one of the most popular female artists on the planet.
The 22-year-old Brit is currently the tenth most-streamed act in the world on Spotify, just behind Beyonce and well ahead of Taylor Swift and Katy
WEALTHY Brits are making plans to take cash out of the UK in case Jeremy Corbyn gets in to power, according to City bosses.
The rich are also pouring cash into pension funds because they fear Labour will scrap tax breaks which make it cheaper to save for retirement.
THE whereabouts of scores of British Jihadis who went to fight for ISIS is unknown, Ministers have admitted.
Of the 800 Brit fanatics who signed up to the death cult in Iraq and Syria, around half have returned according to Security Minister Ben Wallace.
While around 160 have been killed
EUROPE was treated to a stunning Wolf Moon tonight 24 hours after Brits basked in the majestic glow of a supermoon on New Year's Day.
Known as a Wolf Moon, the incredible view takes place when the moon is at its closest point to Earth during its monthly orbit,
CHAMPAGNE production could suffer as global temperatures continue to rise, it has been reported.
It comes after equally worrying claims that chocolate could run out in the next 30 years because higher temperatures hinder the growth of the the cacao tree.
Champagne makers and experts told Sky News they have been
AROUND 300,000 jobless Brits are missing out on state benefits by failing to claim money they are entitled to, a new report has revealed.
A study by the Resolution Foundation says the “forgotten unemployed” are often put off by a complex and overly punitive benefits system.
And they are calling on the
THESE pictures show the austere prison-style beds awaiting drunk England fans in World Cup city Nizhny Novgorod this coming June.
Inside the city's "sobering centre", preparations are already underway to "welcome" intoxicated supporters who down too many vodkas beside the Volga River.
Armed police routinely sweep the streets picking up drunks
THE same model of seaplane that killed a British millionaire and his family on New Year's Eve caused the deaths of ANOTHER British family - just two years ago.
Richard Cousins, 58, died yesterday alongside new fiancee Emma Bowden, her 11-year-old daughter Heather and his sons, Ed, 23, and William,
BRITS in Thailand brawled into 2018 with punches flying between two groups of UK revellers in the Far Eastern country.
A fight broke out amongst the holidaymakers who were ringing in the New Year in the resort of Hua Hun.
The fists flew just minutes after the clocks struck 12am
A BRIT tourist has revealed what is believed to be the last photograph of the pilot tragically killed in the seaplane crash north of Sydney.
Six people, including a Brit family of five, were killed in the death plunge on New Year's Eve, with forensics now pouring in to
SOZZLED Brits hit the streets last night to ring in the New Year - but it got a bit too much for some.
Revellers celebrated 2018 in tiny dresses and suits but most ended up in the gutter at the end of the night.
Hogmanay drinkers took to the streets
FIVE Brits were among six people who died when their plane crashed into a river in Australia on New Year’s Eve.
The group, including a girl of 11, were killed along with their pilot on a £310-a- person “fly-dine” sight- seeing trip popular with the rich and famous.
THIS is the chilling moment a seaplane is filmed moments before it crashed into a Sydney river killing six people - including "four Brits and an 11-year-old boy".
All six of their bodies including the pilot have now recovered from the Hawkesbury River, local media reports.
Dramatic footage has emerged appearing
FOUR Brits including an 11-year-old boy are believed to have died after an aircraft plunged into a river in Sydney.
Six people in total are dead, including the pilot, with all of their bodies now recovered from the Hawkesbury River, local media reports.
Rescuers are now working to pull the plane,
HUNDREDS of kinky Brits have been hospitalised for sticking objects up their bum — including a carrot and a "salon-sized" hairspray can.
Figures show that bedroom experiments went too far for up to 779 adult patients in England over the last two years.
Some had to be treated in A&E
BRITS on holiday in Greece have been warned to watch what they eat and drink after anarchists claimed to have poisoned popular supermarket goods with acid.
Several Greek outlets were forced to withdraw lines of meat, milk and Coca Cola from sale following threats of contamination.
Images have circulated on
BRITS are becoming hooked on antidepressants and take nearly twice as many “happy pills” as other developed nations, a new study has revealed.
Prescription rates have trebled in the last 15 years putting the UK fourth among a list of 29 other western countries, reports The Daily Mail.
BRITAIN'S freezing conditions are set to continue - with temperatures plummeting tonight just in time to become the coldest night of 2017.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for swathes of the country which will remain in place until midday, warning that dangerous black ice is set
THERESA May today hails thousands of unsung heroes who will spend Christmas away from their loved ones.
In her festive message to the nation, the PM praises the “selfless acts” of the emergency services, armed forces and British aid workers helping in war-torn countries.
Vicar’s daughter Mrs May said: “Let
AN ICELANDIC blast is set to grip the country at New Year bringing freezing temperatures and icy downpours.
The Midlands and southern England will be hit by heavy rain while more wintry showers, including snow is expected in the north.
Frequent troughs of low pressure will roll in from the
FOUR-out-of-10 Brits have completely lost touch with ALL their childhood friends, a study has found.
Researchers discovered a large percentage of the population have no idea what happened to former mates and classmates - and a quarter are ‘happy’ they no longer have contact with them.
It also emerged around